Nottingham is famed for its links with the Robin Hood legend and, during the Industrial Revolution, obtained worldwide recognition for its lace-making industry. It was granted its city charter as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Queen Victoria in 1897 and has since been officially titled the City of Nottingham.
Nottingham receives around 300,000 overseas visitors each year. Many visitors are attracted by Nottingham's nightlife and shops, by its history, and by the legend of Robin Hood, visiting Sherwood Forest and Nottingham Castle. Popular history-based tourist attractions in central Nottingham include the Castle, City of Caves, Lace Market, The Galleries of Justice, and the City's ancient pubs.
We at Nottingham Racecourse understand the importance of first class accomadation and for this reason we are delighted to highlight below our preferred accommodation facilities:
The ideal spot for business or a well-deserved leisure break, the Park Inn by Radisson Nottingham is less than a mile from the city centre, close to charming attractions highlighting the area's literary legend, Robin Hood. Guests visiting Nottingham can relax in the hotel's 172 modern guestrooms, dine at the tempting RBG Bar & Grill, unwind in the indoor swimming pool and host conferences in spacious meeting rooms. A fully equipped wellness centre with a spa and steam room also offers a gym and trained instructors.
Situated 25 minutes from Nottingham Race Course the Holiday Inn Derby-Nottingham M1 J25 is the ideal stopover Hotel for your visit to any race event. With easy access from the M1, en-suite rooms, complimentary onsite parking, wi-fi access, bar, restaurant and lounge area. Rooms available starting from £29.00 www.hiderbynottinghamhotel.co.uk